Rargenie For Mac

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Using 10.9.5 on iMac Getting a recurring pop-up for something called 'RarGenie'. Launches the installer and pop-up shuts down when I quit the installer process in Activity Monitor.

Rargenie For Mac

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Rargenie For Mac

I’ve recently encountered a very disturbing problem in Mac OS X Leopard, where the applications quit unexpectedly without notice and fails on relaunch attempt. At first it happens to Firefox, Photoshop and few applications that I frequently used; it then crashes other applications like Adium, Mail client, Font Book and apps that I hardly use. The Symptoms This problem is similar to Window’s 'illegal operation' that causes software to shutdown automatically without notice. You know you are a victim when an application shuts down by itself, and when you clicked Relaunch and it will still eventually shut down. Almost any application will behave like that.

XLab’s Solution has a good article explaining why the error happens and how you can solve it. I recommend you to read it if you really want to find out what has possibly caused this error. My Solution The Cause of the error can be subjective, so I did not really run all the 11 troubleshoot steps listed by XLab. Instead, I suspected the error on my Mac was caused by insufficient RAM so here’s what I’ve done to recover the situation. System Preferences - Dock Minimize using: Scale Effect Unchecked both ' Animate opening applications', ' Automatically hide and show the Dock'.

Rargenie For Mac

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Go to Disk Utility, select your harddrive, and click Verify Disk (or Repair Disk if necessary). If you are using Adium Instance Messenger, go to Preferences - Advanced tab, under Contact List, un-check Animate Changes.